The Greek islands are awaiting you for next summer, time for your yacht rent Greece is full of mesmerising islands such as Mykonos, Santorini and Milos. Depending on the type of holiday you are looking for each island serves a different purpose. Whether you want to party the night away, explore quaint fisherman towns or choose a beach and anchor yourself to it, we know an island for each of these desires!
Sardinia in August – one of the trendiest holiday destinations in the Mediterranean. Dazzlingly beautiful with the breath-taking National Park of La Maddalena, along with the hotspot of Porto Cervo and the cool quaintness of Poltu Quatu and Porto Rotondo. There’s no better time to take an exciting getaway or a romantic escape than August, whilst the skies are blue and the seas are even bluer! We bring you two local yachts with unrivalled knowledge of the area, perfect for your last minute getaways this year.
JACO is a sleek little sport yacht with bags of space! Her modern interior combined with spacious flybridge and aft decking dining mean that you have plenty of space for all the family to take in the sights and sounds of stunning Sardinia. JACO offers sleeping space for up to 6 meaning that the whole family can get onboard this August. She is available from 15th August onwards and the owner is keen to fill her calendar!
Fill the gap on SASCHA and get a great deal! The stunning 2008 Dominator 780 looks like new, has a great crew and her calendar reflects it with only 22nd to 30th August now to be filled. The owner is keen to have the calendar full and will welcome offers on SASCHA in Northern Sardinia.
A stunning location, two stunning yachts and calendars to fill. Contact the Boatbookings.com team today for more information on charters in picturesque Sardinia.
At Boatbookings we think Sardinia and Corsica are two of the most beautiful and underrated cruising areas in the Mediterranean, read on to find out how to combine the two islands into a week long charter of a lifetime on board a luxury motor yacht SASCHA, currently including VAT on charters booked before 31st March!
Getting to Sardinia is easy. Fly directly to Olbia International Airport and just 20 minutes after leaving the arrivals you’ll be sipping a well deserved cocktail on SASCHA’S aft deck, served to you by the excellent crew who will remain at your complete disposal for the rest of the week guiding you safely from port to port in total comfort and providing exquisite food along the way!
Once settled, cruise out of Olbia and enjoy your first views from SASCHA’S luxurious flybridge of the beautiful Costa Smeralda, characterised by stunning rock formations, idyllic coves and crystal clear turquoise waters. After a relaxing cruise why not dock into Porto Rotondo a beautiful port and village surrounded by luscious Mediterranean vegetation and overlooking the emerald coloured sea.
The next stop off on your charter should be Porto Cervo. A famous hang out of the rich and famous, a place for film stars and sports stars to come together often arriving on some of the finest Super Yachts, much like the glamorous towns of Cannes and St Tropez on the French Riviera. Porto Cervo is a place for partying the night away in chic bars before returning to your yacht for a day of recovery and relaxation!
Continuing to cruise north you’ll come across the beautiful island archipelago of La Maddalena, until recently not open to tourists these beautiful islands remain one of the few relatively ‘untouched’ parts of the Mediterranean. The waters around the island and famed for their cleanliness. Spend a quiet night or two moored off the islands or in La Maddalena harbour before setting off for Corsica the next day!
After leaving La Maddalena and Sardinia within a matter of a few hours you will arrive in Southern Corsica docking in Bonifacio on the southern tip of the island. Why not go ashore and explore the town and sample some delicious local food and take an opportunity to practice your French – just try and remember to say ‘Merci’ and not ‘Grazie’ at least!
From Bonifacio cruise north up the eastern coast of Corsica stopping as you go to enjoy coves and islands before arriving in Porto Vecchio where sadly it will be time to say good by to your crew and yacht before flying out of one of Corsica’s International airports.